1. Portland Timbers: 2012 Brings a New Beginning

    There is no doubt about it. March is pretty special in a sports fan's mind. Not only do we begin the NCAA tournament, we also see MLB begin its hunt to the opening day. However, in Portland, the city begins its hunt for a MLS Cup championship...

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  2. Portland Trail Blazers: Blazers Are Perfect so Far, Can It Stay?

    These Portland Trail Blazers that grace their fans in the Rose Garden every home game sure have something special going for them...

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  3. Oregon State Beavers: Fall Short After Comeback to Huskies 95-80

    University of Washington Husky fans had a lot to cheer for tonight as their football and basketball teams both played in big games...

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  4. Portland Trail Blazers Defense: Is It the Key Factor This Early in the Season

    The Portland Trail Blazers are 2-0 thus far in the season, but is this a team that is finding ways to work around their early setbacks? How did the Blazers, who seemed to run ...

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  5. Charlotte Bobcats Owner Michael Jordan to Be Wed Again, Sorry Ladies

    The iconic Chicago Bull star and now Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan had a pretty special Christmas. He popped the question all guys get nervous about asking as he proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Yvette Prieto ...

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  6. Portland Trail Blazers: Gerald Wallace Is Set Free To Be a Predator

    The NBA season is finally upon us! After having the first set of games on Christmas day, we will now get to see our heroes, our champions, our idols show us once again just what they were born to do...

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  7. Cal vs. UNLV: Rebels Shut Down the Golden Bears of California

    The 21st-ranked UNLV Runnin’ Rebels fired multiple shots from behind the arc Friday, beating California 85-68. UNLV has clicked lately, becoming a half-court threat for any team that steps onto the boards to face them...

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  8. Portland Trail Blazers: Fast-Paced Offense Is New for the 2011 Blazers

    Who is this Trail Blazers team that came out running in the first quarter of Monday’s exhibition game against the Jazz ? It can’t be the same team from last year, especially leading 32-19 at the end of the first quarter...

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  9. Portland Trail Blazers: LaMarcus Aldridge Returns to a Surging Blazers Team

    As the Portland Trail Blazers showed the fast-paced work that that head coach Nate McMillan wanted all last season, the Blazers had something to look forward to, the return of their power forward LaMarcus Aldridge...

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  10. WWE TLC 2011: The Best TLC Matches of All Time

    As we get closer to December's pay-per-view edition, TLC, I thought about putting together the greatest TLC matches of all time...

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  11. The Porland Timbers: The Best Year They Could Have Imagined

    The Portland Timbers may not have made it to the playoffs for their first season of Major League Soccer (MLS) play, but they sure gave any fans who set their eyes on the team a great show...

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  12. Portland Trail Blazers: LaMarcus Aldridge Has Surgery but Is Ready To Go

    The Portland Trail Blazers have had a lot to talk about this past week. They lost their All-Star Brandon Roy to retirement due to bad knees, lost their overall No. 1 pick, Greg Oden, to setbacks keeping him from the season...

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  13. Rose Bowl: Wisconsin Will Provide No Room to Run for the Ducks

    When Oregon's season came to a close, they did not know that they would be facing Midwest powerhouse Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl on January 2. Now, the Badgers stand in the way of Oregon winning their first Rose Bowl championship since the early 1900s...

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  14. Brandon Roy: Trail Blazers All-Star Retires After Medical Health Reasons

    Well, what do you know? There's another shock coming from the NBA , although this time, it's bad news for Portland Trail Blazers fans. Brandon Roy has said he will retire due to continuous knee problems...

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  15. Seattle Mariners: 7 Steps to Rebuilding the Franchise into a Playoff Contender

    A lot can be said about the hopes that the Seattle Mariners had going into the last season. They had promise of a hopeful year, young guns coming up through the system, as well as a dominant youthful one-two punch in their starting pitchers...

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  16. Portland Winterhawks Crush the Seattle Thunderbirds on Teddy Bear Toss Night

    The Portland Winterhawks crushed their arch-rivals the Seattle Thunderbirds en route to a 7-1 victory, and their ninth straight win, Saturday at the Rose Garden in Portland, Ore...

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  17. Portland Winterhawks: Continued Succes, Dejavu or Serious Business?

    T he Portland Winterhawks are making their presence known in the Western Hockey League and the city of Portand...

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  18. Guard Duo Will Lead Western Oregon to the 2011-12 GNAC Playoffs

    In Monmouth, OR there is a small school just north of Corvallis and is often overlooked when you think of college sports. However, this year is a bit different in terms of why the Division II Western Oregon Wolves could make a stand...

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